As I am a university student and the new academic year has just begun, literally, with my having finished moving all of my crap into my dorm, I thought now would be a good time to outline what you, my dear readers, can expect from me this coming year.
By now, you are aware of the bulk of the content posts on this blog. Let’s Reads, Historical Notes, Milton Journal Entries, and some actual pieces on cultural medievalism is the meat of this blog. But with the school year nigh high, you can expect more and more content.
What you should expect is Latin and lots of it. I hope to share with you, my notes, rants, raves, and general study as I engage in my first Latin course this semester. I aim to help my encoding of the coursework this semester by writing up and publishing revised assignments and musings. Naturally, you should expect at least one or two posts a week concerning Latin and my learning of it, if not much more per week.
On top of Latin, you can expect to read of my continued engagement with Thomas Malory’s Le Morte Darthur and its adaptation into my “Enchanted Assemblages” project. I will provide with numerous updates on my progress and the tortured insides of my overworked mind should provide at least a bit of amusement for you.
Other than Latin and artistic pursuits, subscribers can expect to read a copious amount of cultural medievalism. I am planning an independent study this term where I hope to wholly focus on medievalism and today. I have already planned engagements concerning Chaucer’s The Canterbury Tales, aspects of the Arthurian legend, race and racism in relation to the middle ages, and even a fun project concerning the latent medievalism of Harry Potter. Trust me, these projects you are not going to want to miss!
What’s more is that all of this content will be in addition to the historical notes, let’s reads, and other pieces which you enjoy (or that I hope you enjoy). Trust me, you will get plenty of content this term and should expect a steady stream of medievalism to slate your gullet.
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Whelp, that is it for now. Look for new content soon and be sure to share this with your medieval friends and students. Peace.